リサイクル60/40クロス スノーパーカー, Navy
This is an arrangement of the "snow parka," an item used by the U.S. military for camouflage in the snow. This item was designed to be worn over equipment, and the body and sleeves are generous. While keeping those features, the length of the garment has been shortened.
The hood has been changed from a single layer to a double layer to make the hood stand up better and to adjust the silhouette around the neck smarter. The spindles at the hood, waist, and hem are now made of elastic, so you won't feel tight when you squeeze them. In addition, a stopper is included to make it easier to squeeze and add a little decorative touch.
60/40" cloth, a nylon and cotton interwoven fabric, has a classic yet technical look. It goes well with casual items, and its simple design with minimal ornamentation means that you don't have to think too hard about coordination. Originally made in all-white for camouflage on the snow, this item has been updated as a fashion item with dark colors. It has been balanced to be easy to wear in the city.
The generous volume makes it a complete outfit in itself, and its lightness makes it an ideal jacket for early spring or early fall.
60% COTTON 40% NYLON
It is commonly known as "60/40 cloth," which is woven with a balance of 60% cotton and 40% nylon, using recycled nylon made from factory leftovers and fishing nets for the warp and organic cotton from Turkey for the weft. It combines the softness of cotton with the toughness of nylon, making it an authentic material for outdoor scenes. It also has an environmentally friendly fluorine-free water repellent finish.